Yes, the propane detector is chirping. I am pretty sure it has something to do with the battery. Had a couple power outages last couple nights and lots of rain.
Parents had a 330(?) Rv plug installed that we are connected to full time. We have no propane hooked up ~too hot to use the stove inside.
It came on most the night last night. Had to keep getting up. It would switch off for a few if we turned on the ac or an interior light then chirping would start again. I finally had to shut off breakers last night to get the kids to sleep.
Lights have been real low the last week. Dimming and flickering. Felt like we needed a morse code refresher last night and maybe it was trying to tell us something.
Getting hot and turned on the breakers, tried the ac. Now the ac wont turn on. Have a portable ac plugged in but chirping still continues. We got the place used with battery is it just the battery?
How do i see if the battery is getting any juice or charging from our hookup? Help. Sound is driving me nuts